Mother of missing schoolgirl, 14, makes desperate plea for help to find her daughter who was last seen five days ago
- Mother of missing schoolgirl Alisha Watkins has appealed for her to return home
- Alisha has been missing five days, last seen in Cardington, Beds, on Sept 29
- Police described Alisha as being around 5ft 4ins tall, slim, with blonde hair
- Was last seen wearing black leggings, a navy puffa jacket and black trainers
The family of a teenage girl who has been missing for five days say they are ‘beside themselves’ with worry.
Schoolgirl Alisha Watkins, 14, was last seen in Cardington, Bedfordshire, on Saturday, September 29.
Her mother, Claire Watkins, has now posted an emotional appeal on social media, and said: ‘I feel she’s in trouble or something’s happened.’
‘It’s unlike her to go this long without contact.’
Posting a picture of Alisha on Facebook, Ms Watkins also wrote: ‘This is a cry for help… the family are besides ourselves with worry.
‘Has anyone of Alisha’s friends heard from her since Saturday afternoon??? Has anybody seen her??’
Bedfordshire Police described Alisha as being around 5ft 4ins tall, slim and having blonde hair.
She was last seen wearing black leggings, a navy puffa jacket and black trainers.
Anyone with information about Alisha is encouraged to call 101 quoting reference number MPC/4087/18.